ALJ Students Examine Holocaust

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William “Billy” Ring and Joe Lomeli present their project to the class. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

William “Billy” Ring and Joe Lomeli present their project to the class. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

CLARK — Students in Megan Knoth’s Holocaust and Genocide class at the Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark use the book “I Have Lived a Thousand Years, Growing Up in the Holocaust,” written by Livia Bitton-Jackson to examine traumatic events that Holocaust victims endured during World War II.

Students prepared a presentation on certain chapters of the book. The project required each student to read a portion of “I Have Lived a Thousand Years” and retell the portion to the class in their own words; exemplifying the significance of the chapter regarding the learning of the Holocaust.


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